Archive for July, 2011

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Andrew Cash

July 29, 2011

Andrew Cash is a New Democratic Party Member of Parliament representing the riding of Davenport, Ontario. This is his first term in Parliament.

Mr. Cash was born in Toronto. For 30 years Andrew has made his living as an award-winning musician, journalist and producer.

Andrew currently sit in the Standing Joint Committee on Scrutiny of Regulations.

Andrew is married to Michelle Shook and has 3 children: Sam, Charlie and Lucy-Rose.

Today, let’s pray for Andrew’s family and marriage. May God grant him wisdom in this new political season of his life.

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Rodger Cuzner

July 28, 2011

Mr. Rodger Cuzner is the representative for Cape Breton-Canso in Nova- Scotia. He is a member of the Liberal Party and this is his fifth term in Parliament.

Born in Glace Bay, Mr. Cuzner has always been a sports enthusiast. He coached the Nova Scotia team entry in the Canada Games hockey tournaments in 1995 and 1999. He also did major events coordination in his role as Cape Breton’s department of Recreation.

Mr. Cuzner is currently the Vice-Chair for the Committee for Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities.

Rodger and his wife Lynn (nee Hopkins) have three children: Mitch, Scott and Brad.

Let us pray for Mr. Cuzner as he serves his constituents and seeks to be an advocate for them in Ottawa. May the Lord grant him wisdom for his work and grace to be a good father and husband.

You can learn more about Rodger Cuzner at his official website.

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Nathan Cullen

July 27, 2011

Mr. Nathan Cullen is a member of the NDP and is the M.P. for Skeena-Bulkley Valley in northwestern British Columbia. This is his fourth term in office.

Nathan is currently sits as the Chair for the Committee for the Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics.

Today let us pray for Nathan, let’s ask God for the strength for his marriage to his wife Diana, with whom he shares a great interest in the outdoors. May the Lord use him to bring wisdom and influence to other members of Parliament.

You can learn much more about Nathan Cullen on his official website.

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Jean Crowder

July 26, 2011

Ms. Jean Crowder is the NDP M.P. for Nanaimo-Cowichan on Vancouver Island. This is her fourth term representing that constituency.

Currently she is a member of the Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Committee. She is also a member for the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development subcommittee.

Let us pray for her as she has the opportunity to share her human resources consultant experience in those committees. May the Lord grant her good health and the energy to represent her riding well in Ottawa.

You can learn more about Ms. Jean Crowder on her official website.

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Irwin Cotler

July 25, 2011

The Honourable Irwin Cotler is the Liberal M.P. for Mount Royal in Montreal, Q.C. and this is his 6th term in parliament. Formerly the Minister of Justice, and the Attorney General in the Liberal Government Mr. Cotler is known for his work for Human Rights around the world.

He currently serves as the Vice-Chair of the Justice and Human Rights Committee.

Let us pray that he will be a voice for the oppressed around the world. You can learn much more about Mr. Irwin Cotler on his official website.

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Jane Cordy

July 22, 2011

The Honourable Jane Cordy is a Liberal Senator who represents Nova Scotia since 2000. She has a long background in the field of education and grew up in Cape Breton.

Ms. Cordy sits on the Committees for Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration, and also Social Affairs, Science and Technology. She is a hard working Senator.

Let us pray for her as she is active in her church, St. Clement’s in Dartmouth and as she seeks to be a influence for good in Ottawa. May the Lord bless her with great health and strength for all the task she has set herself to do.

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Ann Cools

July 21, 2011

The Honourable Senator Ann Cools represents the area of Toronto-Centre York for Ontario. She was appointed as a young senator by Pierre Elliott Trudeau back in 1984. Born in Barbados she has been a strong advocate for women and children throughout her years in the Senate. She has taken a strong stand on moral issues over the years and now sits as an independant.

Let us pray for her to have the wisdom that comes from above that would supercede man’s wisdom. May the Lord bless her with great health and many opportunities to be a voice for Him in Government.